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Class Oct 19 Additional Cost Management Tools
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Quantity 0 100 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 Price $0 $10.00 $9.25 $9.00 $8.50 $8.25 $7.00 Total Price $0 $1,000 $4,625 $9,000 $12,750 $16,500 $17,500 Price Difference $1,000 $3,625 $4,375 $3,750 $3,750 $1,000 Quan. Difference 100 400 500 500 500 500 Price Diff per Unit Diff $10.00 $9.06 $8.75 $7.50 $7.50 $2.00
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Price = TC + 0.2 P TC = 0.8 P Quantity (Gallons) Price 1000 $750,000 2000 $1,125,000 4000 $1,875,000 Total FC + VC/Unit X # Units = .8 P FC + VC X 2000 = 0.8 X $1,1250,000 FC + VC X 1000 = 0.8 X $750,000 FC = $300,000 VC / Unit = $300 0.8 P = $300,000 + $300 x 2500 = $1,050,000 P = $1,312,500
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Revenue (Price X Volume) - Cost of Goods Sold Direct Labor Direct Material Factory Overhead Gross Profit - Other Expenses Research and Development Costs Profit before Taxes Procurement Price / Cost Analysis Tools Index Analysis Variable Costs Cost-Vol-Profit Analysis Fixed Costs Quantity Discount Analysis
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In the U.S., a useful index is the Producer Price Index (PPI). What is the Producer Price Index? How is it used by buyers? A price index measures the change over time in the price of a product or service versus starting price at time ‘t = 0’. Index Analysis 1 Price = $1500 Index = 100 In 1991 Prices go up 10% to $1650 1991 Price = $1650 Index = 110
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Family of indexes that measures the average change over time in the selling prices received by domestic producers of goods and services. PPI’s measure price change from the perspective of the seller Producer Price Index
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http://www.census.gov/epcd/www/naics.html
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www.bls.gov/data/
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Calculate the Percentage Change in the PPI End - Beginning Beginning = 241.3 - 215.8 215.8 = Change 25.5 215.8 = 0.118 11.8%
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What Should You Pay? Producer Price Index Case Study
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Step 3 – Calculate the Percentage Change in the PPI 1 $1,000,000 / 1000 Tons = $1,000 per Ton 2 $ 1,350.000 / 1200 Tons = $1,125 per ton Step 1 – Calculate the price per unit $1125 - $1000 $1000 = $125 $1000 = 12.5% Step 2 – Calculate the Percentage Increase in Price Paid = 241.3 - 215.8 215.8 25.5 215.8 = 0.118 11.8%
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Revenue (Price X Volume) - Cost of Goods Sold Direct Labor Direct Material Factory Overhead Gross Profit - Other Expenses Research and Development Costs Profit before Taxes PPI Fixed Costs Procurement Cost Analysis Tools Variable Costs Quantity Discount Analysis Cost-Vol-Profit Analysis
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Calculate change in PPI Polyethylene Resins PPI 2004 143 PPI 2003 126 17 13.5% Increase in PPI
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Only costs that change are escalated Material Costs Total $100 Change New Cost Poly Res $50 13.5% $56.75 Misc $50 0.0% $50.00 $106.75
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course BUSINESS S 29:630:301 taught by Professor Briangreczyn during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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